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  • FirstName
    Burke
  • Make
    Monaco
  • Model
    Exec
  • Year
    2000
  • City & State
    Phoenix

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  1. If you call the place advertising the firestone’s (I called 7) all will say no stock and not on order. Michigan truck springs is the 3rd largest on sale of airbags and are out with a bunch on order from Firestone for over 6 months. That’s when he and I found out Firestone is not building them anymore.
  2. Ok talked with source engineering today and got the ride hight info 8.5” to 9” bag plate to plate. Also he let me know Firestone is not making the bags any more luck for us automan is and they are making a lot. Here is the part numbers automan 9376 Air Bag AB1DK20D-9376 - Van Horn Truck Parts Inc Firestone W01-358-9376 | Firestone Airide Air Spring | 1T15L-2 (truckspring.com) Looking at the diagrams there is one difference in the size of 2.83 and 2.75 I do not think is a deal breaker at all. 182.00 a bag. Van horn had 1200 in stock in ca.
  3. I did it does not cover the 2000 executive, it is not listed in the charts and does not cover the measure location for that model.
  4. I have the number of 9" for the 2000 executive but wondering where to measure for that would it be frame or bag plate? The reason I am wondering is the documents I am looking at shows 9" for every year of the executive but I thought they changed where to measure at one point. if they changed where to measure would not the measurement have changed?
  5. I have the number of 9" for the 2000 executive but wondering where to measure for that would it be frame or bag plate? The reason I am wondering is the documents I am looking at shows 9" for every year of the executive but I thought they changed where to measure at one point. if they changed where to measure would not the measurement have changed?
  6. I don’t know what it’s used for but the one on the left is on the end of my rod to unlock and pull down the window awnings I assume it broke off the end of your rod and is now just laying around.
  7. The inverter remote has a battery type selection in the menu just change it to AGM, sorry I can remember the exact path to the battery type selection.
  8. My 99 EXE has been loosing some air over night sometimes, so you can see my challenge in locating the leak. The other day I had to move the RV a short distance and while doing so could hear air leaking at the step cover. my thought "this is new". What I found out is the cylinder under the step cover leaks but only when open (leaks out the shaft) this also explains why it would only loos air when in storage, when not in storage we have it closed or when camping the air is dumped. The cylinder is made by PHD but was a special order for Monaco due to the length. Lucky the length is th
  9. Your right about CA I live in AZ and since I can get 700 miles on a tank I fill up right before I enter CA and right after I leave CA.
  10. So we will be taking possession of our new home in 22 days. It has an attached RV garage. Due to having some work done on the new home (flooring ) we will not be able to "move in" for a couple of weeks. Anyone have any experience with running the roof AC in a garage? My main concern is heating up the garage causing the AC to over work. The only non invasive solution I have so far is to leave the door open and use a large portable evap cooler to move the air. I am in phoenix so the added humidity not be a factor.
  11. for anyone replacing your ac unit please use a material lift you can rent them for very little and its the safest way to get items to the roof.
  12. I was am having issues with my roof ac keeping the coach cool. My temporary answer is a portable mini split, My roof units put out cold air but I believe it is a issue with air movement just does not replace the air in the coach fast enough. i have a feeling the coils are not clogged all the way but enough to slow the air flow. To hot in AZ to open up the units and look right now. I would check the coils it could also be a issue with your ducs and that’s why it worked with the quick cool open,
  13. Jolly, on your new unit you can probably go the the manufacturer website of each item and download the pdf owners manual. That’s better than a scan.
  14. Steve I would scan them. Then you send them to people via pm or email.
  15. My chassis battery’s are Duracell ultra platinum agm with a 4 year free replacement. also will always have my toad to charge the chassis battery’s if need but thanks for in input, this project is set for next aug. So been trying to get all the ducks together.
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